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philadelphia where four people were shot before going to a high school prom. police believe a 19-year-old male was the gunman's intended target. he's undergone surgery and is in critical condition. so far, no mention of a motive. disgraced reality tv personality josh duggar has been sentenced to more than 12 years in prison. he appeared on the tlc series "19 kids and counting" before being convicted for downloading child sexual abuse material. in addition to his sentence, duggar is also not allowed to have unsupervised access to children, including his own. his family left an arkansas courthouse without commenting. du duggar's attorney says he plans to appeal the conviction. closing arguments in the johnny depp/amber heard defamation trial are set to begin tomorrow. but first jurors could hear from amber heard again today. that's after more testimony from johnny depp and one of his ex-girlfriends, kate moss, who testified remotely. >> reporter: johnny depp taking the stand once again at the defamation trial against his ex-wife, amber heard. the case stems from heard's 2018 essay in which she claimed to be an abuse victim.
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>> it's insane to hear heinous accusations of violence. >> reporter: depp once again dethying he abused her. >> awful. >> reporter: heard's defense team presented depp with a series of text messages in which depp appeared to use vile language in reference to women, including one message sent to a 2017 about sex with a woman which read "i need, i want, i take." depp claims he did not write the message. >> sometimes you give your phone to people. >> reporter: heard appeared emotional as her lawyer read a sexually explicit text message about heard, which ended with these words -- >> i can only hope that karma kicks in and takes the gift of breath from her. >>r: depp attempted to explain that language. >> when you're accused of horrific acts and things that you have not done, you have a tendency, as humans, to get very, very irate and angry. >> reporter: also taking the
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stand, supermodel kate moss. she dated depp in the '90s. she was called by depp's legal team to refute a rumor that depp once pushed her down a flight of stairs. >> there had been a rainstorm, and as i left the room, i slid down the stairs, and i hurt my back, and he came running back to help me, and carried me to my room. he never pushed me, kicked me, or threw me down any stairs. >> reporter: "deadline" reports amber heard is expected to take the stand again today as the final witness for the defense. a woman who wrote and published an essay titled "how to murder your husband" has been found guilty of murdering her husband. prosecutors say nancy crampton-brophy shot and killed her chef instructor husband at the oregon culinary institute in portland four years ago. they say she was set to collect more than $800,000 from his life insurance. now to a hotel
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receptionist's remarkable poise when an unwanted guest just waltzed on into the lobby. >> check out the unwanted guest. a curious young bear that made its way into the building there in steamboat springs, colorado. the receptionist who captured the video stayed safe behind the desk as the bear, you know, just walked around, checked into the hotel. >> you think the bear looking at the deer up on the wall and everything would be a message. like maybe i shouldn't be here. she says the bear finally left after one of her shrieks. we're glad everyone is okay. i think the bear is just lost. maybe he's just trying to find his bearings. >> i like that. but you know what? ooh -- ooh -- yeah. that shriek. where there's a cub, there's usually a mama bear. so i would also be very scared. and, yeah, you would think he would see the deer. >> would you yell out as well? >> oh, i mean, like, i don't know what i would do, actually.
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that's a -- that's not something i think of very often. >> just another day in colorado. if this was florida, it would be an alligator. same situation, though. >> just wrestle it. coming up, the hero in training for ukraine on four paws. but first, how this weekend's unofficial start to summer travel could be the busiest ever. but there are still deals to be found. that's next. you're watching "world news now." w." do you have a life insurance policy you no longer need? now you can sell your policy - even a term policy - for an immediate cash payment. we thought we had planned carefully for our retirement. but we quickly realized we needed a way to supplement our income. if you have $100,000 or more of life insurance, you may qualify to sell your policy. don't cancel or let your policy lapse without finding out what it's worth. visit to find out if your policy qualifies. or call the number on your screen. coventry direct, redefining insurance.
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can i hug you? yeah. i love you, man. i love you too. ♪ vacation, all i ever wanted ♪ ♪ vacation, had to get away ♪ ♪ vacation ♪ so many americans are already gearing up for that summer vacation, and this is the weekend that kicks off the summer travel season. >> and today is the day that millions of americans hit the roads, rails, and the skies. here's abc's gio benitez. >> reporter: from the roads to the skies, the unofficial start
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of the summer this weekend could be the busiest ever. more than 12.4 million people are expected to fly between tomorrow and memorial day monday. >> it really does feel like the beginning of travel-palooza. airports are full. airlines are full. hotels are full. rental cars are hard to come by. >> reporter: the busiest airports, atlanta, los angeles, dallas, denver, and new york's jfk. on the roads, nearly 40 million people will travel 50 miles or more from home, even as gas prices soar. the national average at $4.59 a gallon. the worst times to travel, thursday and friday afternoon. >> you only get so many summers in your lifetime, and we've already missed two. we do not intend to miss a third. >> reporter: hotel and rental car deals may be tough to come by if you can even find a car. but believe it or not, there are some airfare deals. >> right now as we speak, there are still flights over memorial day weekend from new york city down to miami for $353 round
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trip. myrtle beach, $303 round trip. or new york to denver for $314 round trip. >> reporter: your best bet, southern beachy destinations. and all experts tell us that people are staying longer at their destinations than ever before, spending more money. in fact, stays are now twice as long. gio benitez, abc news, new york. >> $353 from new york to miami? i don't know if that's such a deal. >> i know. so southern beachy areas are the deal. so -- >> you know what? there's plenty to do in new york this weekend. i'm just going to stay tight. all right. if your holiday weekend plans involve new york city, you are in luck. >> after a two-year covid hiatus, fleet week has returned. the traditional parade of ships marched up the hudson river yesterday as it has for the past 34 years. >> honestly, this is one of the coolest things you can experience in new york. fleet week will release some 3,000 sailors, marines, and coast guardsmen into the streets of manhattan for a week-long celebration. you won't be able to miss them. it also includes public ship
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tours that will run through memorial day. >> it's like you're in san diego. >> kind of, yeah. just for a week, though.
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hey, mona and andrew, i'm off on my top secret trip. so are they. can't wait to fill you guys in. here's a hint -- i need to bring my passport. >> ooh! >> he's not flying first class, i don't think. there looked like there were seats on both sides of him. >> international trips are expensive. we just talked about that. he's getting flewed out, guys, and soon we'll reveal to you where the secret location is, but if you want to guess, tweet us. >> yeah. we are jealous. let's just put it that way. time now for "the mix," and we're going to start with another four-legged hero in the making in ukraine. >> you may remember this little guy, a bomb-sniffing jack russell terrier named patron. earlier this month he was awarded a medal by president zelenskyy in recognition of his bravery and the countless lives
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he's likely saved. >> and now we're getting our first look, and it's ukraine's latest courageous canine. meet naida, a purebred shepherd in her final stages of training. she'll eventually be attached to a team of search and rescue divers. already a hero in my book. >> definitely. next, from a hero in the making to a marriage that's been 60 years in the making. >> scottish couple alex and jane hamilton say it was love at first sight when they met back in 1956. six years later the couple was engaged and had started a family. but they say their busy life always kept them from finally actually tying the knot. >> that all changed over the weekend after the two said their i do's at a small ceremony attended by their 5 children and 11 grandchildren. their daughter says after all this time, her parents are still smitten with one another. >> hey, you know what? better late than never. right? >> exactly. now to an epic sweet and savory collaboration for snack lovers. >> okay. but you'll have to act fast to
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try it. the parent company of oreo cookies and ritz crackers has concocted a mash-up for the ages. half oreo, half ritz with both cream and peanut butter center. and the best part is they're free -- kinda. >> starting today at noon, a special website will give boxes of the treats away for only a $3.95 shipping charge, but you'll have to act fast. they're only making 1,000 boxes. i like ritz. i like oreos. do they go together? i don't know. >> i like oreos. i hate ritz. >> oh, really? you're not a ritz -- are you crackers at all? >> the crackers are fine, but it's the peanut butter ones that i'm just like, huh-uh. >> you're not a peanut butter fan, though. right? >> no. that's why. >> those are fighting words. finally, it wasn't quite a chicken crossing the road in england that compelled one driver to hit the brakes. >> joe core was driving down a road in nottingham when he spotted this family of two geese and seven goslings -- and not the ryan kind -- attempting to cross right in front of him. >> naturally core and his fellow drivers yielded to the feathered
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